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Protective Services



Adrian Mohl
Director of Protective Services

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What We Do

The protective Services Department is responsible for the operation of the fire department, including prevention, suppression and investigation; training, directing and recruiting a volunteer fire force of approximately twenty members.

The Protective Services Department is responsible for the operation of the bylaw enforcement department, including animal control, business licensing and development control in relation to the land use bylaw. Also included is the coordination of the internal safety program and the disaster services program.

Public Safety is within the portfolio of the Director of Protective Services. The Town of Hanna takes great pride in striving to provide all the necessary amenities that make living, working, and playing in our community a comfortable and memorable experience. Everyone in our community must also feel that their homes, businesses, neighbourhoods, streets and recreation areas are safe and secure and that when an incident arises to threaten that comfort and security we can all rest assured knowing that appropriate action will be taken to deal with each situation in a professional and timely manner.

Areas of Responsibility

What We Do

  • A disaster can happen anywhere, anytime or anyplace. The Town works with other municipalities and provincial and federal agencies to provide a prompt and coordinated response if Hanna citizens happen to experience a disaster.